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The Environmental State and Informational Governance

Arthur P.J. Mol

Keywords: NATION-STATE; ENVIRONMENT; INFORMATION; POLICY; GOVERNANCE

Abstract

This paper aims to understand and illustrate how and to what extent the increasing role and importance of information, informational processes, and information technologies have changed the environmental policies and politics of state institutions. More specifically, how have states tried to find answers to the dilemmas resulting from a growing centrality of informational processes in environmental governance? As such, the paper sets out the contours of what can be labeled informational governance on the environment.

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